A quick guide to making and responding to objections in court.
A list of common objections and responses.
Use to review by objection category (form of question or admissibility).
The information contained herein is not legal advice nor should it be construed as such. Attorneys should refer to the Federal Rules of Evidence or applicable state rules governing the practice of law and State Rules of Evidence. By using this product, no attorney-client relationship is created by the provider and owner of this guide.
* Added state rules for Michigan and Ohio.
Ratings and Reviews
Great for baby lawyers!
I'm a baby lawyer and really appreciate the objections and responses for the Objections to Form. It helps me be better at staying on top of opposing counsel during their questioning. Since I'm still getting the hang of this, it is great that the app provides sample objections so I can have the confidence that I'm saying this right. It also helps having good responses to their objections so, again, I can have confidence that I'm responding correctly. Very simple and easy app! I definitely think it's worth $3 to not sound inexperienced and unprepared on front of your client, the judge, and opposing counsel.
Good for when the stress of trial, either upcoming or ongoing have you worrying about everything going on before or during trial. Also a great app for law students. Most every objection with the legal backup to make even a novice sound experienced.
Good, quick reminder
This won't teach you evidence, which you do really need to know, but it can act as a really quick reminder for you on the fly. Easy to find the objection you want to make, when you can't quite get the words out yourself. You need to be familiar with your own state's rules of evidence, in case there is any conflict.
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